Author:John Stuart Mill

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John Stuart Mill
(1806–1873)
English philosopher and political economist; son of James Mill
John Stuart Mill

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Works about Mill[edit]

  • The student's handbook, synoptical and explanatory of Mr. J.S. Mill's System of logic; by Alfred Henry Killick, (1870) (external scan)
  • An examination of Mr. J. S. Mill's philosophy; by James McCosh, 1811-1894 (1871) (external scan)
  • English Positivism: A Study on John Stuart Mill by Hippolyte Taine, (1873) (external scan)
  • John Stuart Mill as Some of the Working Classes Knew Him by George Jacob Holyoake, (1873) (external scan)
  • John Stuart Mill: his life and works. Twelve sketches by Herbert Spencer; Henry Fawcett, 1833-1884; Frederic Harrison, 1831-1923, (1873) (external scan)

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. Mill 1871 - Principles 7th ed.: OCLC:220558600all editions
  2. Ashley published a new version of the 7th ed. in 1909, with an extensive introduction, and translation in English of the lenghty quotations in French: Principles in Library of Economics and Liberty.

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